About your Search

20121101
20121130
STATION
MSNBCW 49
MSNBC 32
CNNW 21
CNN 20
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 5
KTVU (FOX) 5
CSPAN 4
WBAL (NBC) 4
WRC (NBC) 4
CNBC 3
KNTV (NBC) 3
WHUT (Howard University Television) 3
FBC 2
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 180
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 181 (some duplicates have been removed)
of the excel ie license. ari, the fact that romney is still desperately trying to find a zinger from the president's speech indicates there's a problem, isn't there? he's just not winning. >> it is a bad sign if you're playing these kind of word games this close to the end. you want to be making a big, bold closing argument. that's not what you're seeing from the romney campaign. you're seeing a lot of spinning. you're seeing talk about pennsylvania. you're seeing talk about these quotes and obviously what the president meant was, if you have a feeling of revenge, if you're feeling excited, make sure to go out and do your civic duty, that's what counts. i mean, it's such a reach and so silly to try to take that and turn it into something else. but that's where they're at right now. >> so it's an act of desperation? >> i think so. i think the problem for mitt romney here is, look at ohio, right? talk about a dispute over jobs and facts and he is losing. if you go on twitter, i mean, i was doing #romneyohioclips as the hash tag and the obama campaign and others were circulated today. n
to domestic politics. i'm joined by correspondent for the nation and msnbc contributor ari melber who has some thoughts about upcoming democraticic legislative efforts aimed at breaking the gridlock in washington. >> thanks. this week president obama gave his first news conference since being reelected in which he urged congress to act on a very big issue, immigration reform. >> this is not historically been a partisan issue. we've had president obama and john mccain and others who have supported comprehensive immigration reform in the pass. so we need to seize the moment. >> but a majority in congress has already seized the moment and stood up for immigration reform. in the house, a majority passed the dream act in 2010, and in the senate 54 senators backed it. the dream act is not law because it was filibustered by the republican minor. the filibuster of course is the opposition's weapon of choice. so enacting any big legislation in the future may require some big changes to the filibuster itself. now in the last congress, senate democrats tried to enact filibuster reform, but they didn't ge
ari melber and guess who's coming to dinner? mitt romney's last chance to get into the white house is coming up. >>> what could they have to talk about? maybe they can reminisce about their days at harvard law coschl where the president was president of the law review and mitt romney wasn't. mitt romney's trip to the white house tomorrow where barack obama is president and mitt romney isn't. that's coming up with jonathan capehart and richard wolffe and the supreme court comes down on the side of the people and against bad cops. that's coming up. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. >>> in the weeks ahead, i also look forward to sitting down with governor romney talking about where we can work together to move this country together. >> that was president obama being characteristically magnanimous so the president will have to fayne -- from the losing republican p
than 1 am. >>> coming up, we'll find out about ari melber and guess who's coming to dinner? mitt romney's last chance to get into the white house is coming up. [ male announcer ] we all make bad decisions. like say, gas station sushi. cheap is good. and sushi, good. but cheap sushi, not so good. it's like that super-low rate on not enough car insurance. pretty sketchy. ♪ and then there are the good decisions. like esurance. their coverage counselor tool helps you choose the right coverage for you at a great price. [ stomach growls ] without feeling queasy. that's insurance for the modern world. esurance. now backed by allstate. click or call. >>> what could they have to talk about? maybe they can reminisce about their days at harvard law school where the president was president of the law review and mitt romney wasn't. mitt romney's trip to the white house tomorrow where barack obama is president and mitt romney isn't. that's coming up with jonathan capehart and richard wolffe and the supreme court comes down on the side of the people and against bad cops. that's coming up. new triden
to our panel now. ari melber is with me here in new york. he's a correspondent of "the nation." msnbc political analyst karen finney is former communications director at thed nc and professor michael eric dyson of georgetown university joins us. karen, the bloviating irnor ray muss may be changing his stripes. donald trump recently sat down for an interview and i can inform you he says republicans are going to have a hard time winning elections if they come across as, get this, mean-spirited toward people of color. treating voters with respect may seem as obvious to you and i as night follows day, but at least it's a start, isn't it? >> i suppose it's a start. >> give the man some credit. >> why should -- this guy is supposed to be so smard and we should give him credit for stating the obvious? i don't think so. i think i'm going to continue to believe he's a bloviating ignoramus we shouldn't be paying any attention to. >> ari, as we come on air now for this segment, the president is actually meeting at this very moment for a photo opportunity with the president-elect of mexico. and m
the prime aries. here's gary tuchman. >> reporter: this is not the scene most supporters of the tea party envisioned or desired. barack obama was supposed to be a one term president. >> liberty, yes. obama care, no. liberty, yes. obama care, no. >> reporter: a primary mission of the tea party, get the government out of people's lives. there was even an african-american led chapter in south-central l.a. complete with a sign at one rally that read tea party supports mlk's dream. >> i see today that fidel castro likes obama care but we don't like obama care. doesn't that kind of tell you something? >> reporter: there was a lot of passion but also problems. there was christine o'donnell running for senate in delaware. years earlier, she had told bill maher she had dabbled in witchcraft and she delivered this line in a political ad. >> i'm not a witch. >> reporter: not only did she lose but some say this was an early sign of problems the gop would later have with untested tea party candidates. there were many other notable tea partiers in the limelight that year. sharon engle running for senat
's remember that. >> ari, you said you interviewed president obama. you said there was a very flattering profile. do you think that there is a -- is the support that exists within israel for him because he's a wonderful person or because you just think at the oepd testify day he'd support israel more strongly? >> first of all, he didn't share your view. the romney people did not think that the interview was flattering at all as it had some reservations about his charisma and strength of his personality. it's true what came across in the interview is something the americans saw in the debates which is that the man is no demon and, no, he's not nothing, and that was a very interesting experience to see that there was a certain exaggeration in the way he was perceiving the criticism of romney and once meeting him you could see that. i think that romney's failure isn't projecting a clear message and real stremgt and there was something vague just like on the american poll sichl there was something vague and not very powerful regarding his statements about the middle east and the burning issu
day sew lay. >> joining me now msnbc's krystal ball and ari. it's always a good day on the campaign trail when bill clinton is talking about the circumstance day sole lay. >> i couldn't agree more. >> is chris christie coming out of the woodwork to announce that he is, in fact, supporting mitt romney lesn anyone else think otherwise. >> i endorsed mitt romney 13 months ago because i thought he was the best guy for the job and on tuesday i'm voting for mitt romney because i think he's the best guy for the job but that doesn't mean that i can't turn to the president and saying thank you sir for providing good leadership and extend my hand of friendship to him. >> krystal, there has been so much blowback on chris christie's photo-ops. what do you make of that statement? >> well, it's interesting bus rupert murdoch said something, like they needed to renew their vows, chris christie and mitt romney. >> right. >> and i think as swing state voters we're watching chris christie's praise of the president, they probably were feeling like he was sort of backing the president. so i understand
in new york is msnbc contributor ari, also correspondent for "the nation," in chicago political analyst jonathan coulter, and in pennsylvania, lehigh university professor james peterson. ari your piece in "the nation" today calls the president's win a decisive victory for liberal government. what do you mean? >> i mean that when president obama took office, we had just experienced, if we can think back on it, a profound failure of both government and elite institutions from iraq, foreign policy to finances to the response to hurricane katrina. what president obama did when he came into office was strongly and unapologetically assert the government's role in dealing with our problems. in a wide array of he car market, small businesses, tax reform. he that at great personal, political risk. and what he got back in return was, a very strong attack on the notion that we're in this together and that government has a role to play. first in the grass roots of the tea party on the ground and then in the air in what you documented, martin, and what the audience knows, one of the most well-funded
john king, also political analyst david gergen, gloria borger. ari fleischer, an occasional unpaid political adviser for the romney campaign. paul begala senior adviser for president obama's senior pac. i want you to listen to a clip and get your response. the first one from 2009 and one from just last thursday. take a look. >> a year from now, i think people are going to see we're starting to make some progress, there's going to be some pain out there. if i don't have this done in three years, there's going to be a one-term proposition. >> now, we knew from the beginning that our work would take more than one year or even one term, because let's face it, the middle class was getting hammered long before the financial crisis hit. >> wow, he looks older. clearly, difference in message there. >> big time. in his defense, the best economist and business people didn't know how deep the hole was when he came in. >> speaking of big time, were you quoting george bush? >> it's a texas thing. >> go ahead. >> he came in, the hole was far deeper than he or anyone knew. i don't think anyone kn
party groups to be on the program, they declined. joining me now, former white house press secretary ari fleischer, unpaid occasional communications adviser to the romney campaign. also van jones, former special advisor to the obama white house. ari, what about that? is the tea party to blame for fielding some candidates who weren't ready for prime time, for some of the problems the republican party is having, or what? >> well, it's complicated and it varies from state to state. frankly, in missouri, where todd akin was a horrible candidate and said foolish, foolish things, he wasn't the tea party candidate. he actually ran against two tea party endorsed candidates. they split the vote. he walked into the middle of it. so akin was more your traditional social conservative wing of the party. i don't think he's a traditional tea partier. and in 2010, the tea party's record was terribly mixed. they brought us on the one side marco rubio and senator ron johnson. to their credit. they defeated moderates. rubio defeated a moderate. he's a stellar senator. on the other hand, they brought us chr
to our panel. here in new york joy reid is the managing editor of thegrio.com. msnbc contributor ari melber is a columnist for "the nation." and in washington msnbc contributor jared bernstein, a senior fellow and former economist for vice president joe biden. ari, if i can start with you, let's set aside for the moment the racism and the contempt for his fellow americans. don't these kind of views ethically disqualify someone for the highest office in the land? i mean, e dee amin had a warmer attitude toward his electorate and he is said to have eaten some of them. >> i didn't expect the cannibalism right out of the gate. i agree with your premise, what kind of view not only of government but of society is this? you go out and ask the people who have fema helping them respond to the hurricane, you ask them if they're getting gifts? you know, you ask people who look to our cops and our firefighters and our soldiers and our teachers -- >> many of whom's life savings have been invested in properties and have lost everything through no fault of their own. >> right. you ask them what we
-host of the cycle and ari melber. do you think in a maybe the american people and democrats, i think the democrats want to do something about this. is there any way to shame republican leadership into doing this, crystal? >> well, probably not, though i think if the american people get upset enough about any issue and make any issue hot enough, you can make a change. i would point to our home state of virginia. republicans took over the state senate, they held the house of delegates, trying to push through this extreme legislation, and eventually they went too far, mandating transadvantagible probes. people in virginia got upset, even though ropes controlled every level of government, they still had to pull back that bill. so anything is possible, but i think the big thing here is it's very unusual and it's very bad idea to have partisan officials in charge of elections at all. >> how do we fix this? is this going to take a federal law? the president said we need to fix this. you're not going to fix it on a state level. this is with all these state houses, seen it in ohio, seen it in florida. i me
and ari melber. stop being the stupid party. that's a tall order now for the republicans, isn't it? >> yeah. bobby jindal, i guess he has coherent advice. i am not sure if you look at his stance, teaching creationism in public schools, not sure he is going to help them in his own state, and it's interesting that paul ryan sort of made these assertions that we didn't really lose, we actually won because the house of representatives, he made a good point. look at florida. all of the republicans in swing districts, people who were the most associated with paul ryan's ideas, people like allen west, for instance, lost. they lost in those swing districts because those guys, especially west, who really championed paul ryan's ideas, went to bat for them, did town halls, contentious town halls defending the ryan budget he voted for twice. well, he lost. >> ari, it is not as if the president had a great economy to run on. what he had to run on is if you elect me, this is what i'm in favor of, this is what i will do, and he got to say this is what the republicans will do if you elect them, an
, let's bring in our partisan pros. ari fleischer and eric erickson. on the left, obama 2012 pollster cornel belcher. paul, let's start with u everybody is focused on ohio. do you see a road map for mitt romney if he does not win ohio? >> no. no. romney has -- i'm not a big fan of the electoral college but the founding fathers gave it to us. romney has a much, much tougher map. if you begin as you should presuming he will carry every state john mccain did, then he still needs indiana, which he'll almost -- he's very strong in, very likely to win. north carolina which is easier than many of the other swing states but not in the bag. then it gets hard. he's got to have ohio. even if he gets ohio, get this, he's got to still win virginia or florida -- and florida, colorado. it's so hard for him to get to 270. without ohio, it's almost impossible. >> cornel, do you see this boiling down to the electoral college versus the popular vote? >> i think it is going to be electoral college. one of the interesting things, i think you'll see a tighter race state by state. on average, we won the bat
. this is the second person to do so if it have happened outside homecoming dance. ari abdallah morales of san paolo is expected to get a 27 year prison sentence after pleading guilty in a martinez court room. manuel ortega was the first defendant to plead guilty to charges and the gang rape case. he accepted a plea deal and was sentenced to 32 years in prison last month. four other defendants to return to court next month. also, a violent east oakland gang member wanted for jumping bill has been caught. dan kerman tells us. police say the man was spotted by off- duty officer. >> the officer was having a romantic evening with his wife and believe it or not he was also in the restaurant. >> he has been jumping on bail. they called police and contacted oakland police and they sent over a team and asked san francisco police for backup. he was arrested without incident at the came out of the restaurant. >> he has been involved in multiples shootings it is only a matter of time before we are physically going to get eyewitness testimony and physical evidence to link him to a out cases. >> they're hoping
to new york for a second. ari, president obama, a lot is made of his speech in cairo at the beginning of his tenure as first term. that was a different middle east in many ways. i mean hosni mubarak was still there, every assumption he would remain there. to the degree that the sands are shifting under his feet he's trying to focus american policy at a time when the middle east is as sort of -- the situation is as contentious as it ever has been, how much blame can we put on the president's shoulder for not being able to foresee this and develop an adequate foreign policy? >> this is a predicament of every u.s. president, the world has very high expectations for us. often they want us to get out of their lives, to stop using drones to kill their civilians. essentially go away. but when you are the sole super power going away itself has repercussions. we're seeing that here with a vacuum, with the muslim brother hood and morsi, playing a peace broker role without any peace that people feel the u.s. should be a bigger leader on. i think there is a marker here from the cairo speech and f
president obama. james carville and ari fleischer, they are here this hour. we're going to talk about the gop's hand wringing and back stabbing. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> hamas militants -- [ gunfire ] -- there they are. hamas militants in gaza keep unleashing rocket attacks on israel and get alarmingly close to jerusalem. a new provocation as they continue the air assault on what it calls terrorist targets in za. the death toll i rising along wiars of anall-out israeli ground invasion. the israeli cabinet has just approved the call-up of 75,000 army reservists in addition to the troops already positioned along the border with gaza. a visit to gaza by egypt's prime minister failed to stop the bombardment and pull the region from the brink of all-out war. u.s. officials blame hamas for starting this conflict. but they are also urging to be measured in its response. the defense secretary leon panetta says israel and the palestinians need to negotiate a more permanent piece -- his words, a more permanent piece in the region. our pentagon correspondent barbara
that leaves all of us more prepared for disaster. at my table is ari melber, msnbc contributor. norry tan dan, kate dawson and david rodi, a reuters columnist and contributor for the atlantic. thank you all for being here. >> i want to start with you. the article, the piece you wrote was about the inequalities that have been revealed in the con te context of sandy. >> i am one of the privileged new yorkers. there has always been divisions in the city but this storm brought them out more vividly than ever. i was able to go to a hotel. i was in a mandatory evacuation area. i went to this hotel. if you had wealth, you could shelter in a nice place i had. if you had a steady job, you didn't have to work. all around the hotel were restaurant workers that had no choice and stayed. there was a restaurant serving food two to three hours before landfall, maids in the hotel, a garage attendant, hadn't been able to reach his sister. i said, where did you spend the storm? he said he slept in his car. >> those images from staten island, particularly the stairs to nowhere, it is an iconic image of the lowe
political strategists, ari fleischer and paul begala are both standing by live right here in "the situation room." [ gordon ] for some this line is a convenience. how you doing today? i'm good thanks. how are you? i'm good. [ gordon ] but for others, it's all they can afford. every day nearly nine million older americans don't have enough to eat. anything else? no, not today. join me, aarp, and aarp foundation in the drive to end hunger by visiting drivetoendhunger.org. [ male announcer ] can a car be built around a state of mind? ♪ announcing the all-new 2013 malibu from chevrolet. ♪ with a remarkable new interior featuring the available chevrolet mylink infotainment system. this is where sophisticated styling begins. and where it ends? that's up to you. it's here -- the greatest malibu ever. ♪ now is a good time to think about your options. are you looking for a plan that really meets your needs and your budget? as you probably know, medicare only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured
a panel of republicans, erick erickson, alex soltice and ari fleischer. alex, we talked about the challenge of reaching hispanic voters. are the republicans ready to fundamentally change their approach? or looking for a better way to package the positions they've already got? >> i don't think this is a small thing. this is not a matter of changing your positions on a couple of issues. we need to remember that the philosophy that republicans hold which is freedom and opportunity for everybody is what works and it's the reason people come to this country and have for generations anyway. nobody comes to this country and says, i'm going to get more government benefits here. most people who come here still come here because this is the land of opportunity. we need to be the party of yes and the party of more. had is the place who has open arms for everybody, and democrats, yeah, you get more from government. but there's an end to that, it's going broke. with republicans you get more from the economy, which is the real reason you come here. >> ahead of the vote, there are prediction
, and this is "now." >>> hello. i'm ari melber in for alex wagner. joining me today, msnbc contributor, robert traynham, joan walsh of salon.com, author of "the other wes moore," retired army captain, wes moore, and nicholas kons skoir of "the new york times." david petraeus resigned as cia director on friday after reports of an extramarital affair and a host of questions remain about the investigation that toppled one of the country's top national security officials. lawmakers in both parties say the fbi failed in its duty to report on the secretive investigation earlier in the process. now, before we get into the debate, here are some of the key allegations and facts about this unusual investigation. first, several months ago, government officials tell nbc news that fbi investigators responded to a complaint about anonymous e-mails sent to jill kelly, a 37-year-old volunteer liaison to mcdill air force base in tampa. kelly and her husband were friends with petraeus and his wife. the fbi began by investigating whether those e-mails constituted harassment. officials told nbc news. then the bur
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 181 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)